Sociology Anthropology 4310 Minority/Ethnic Groups and Canadian Multiculturalism (Fall 2019)

A study of minority and ethnic groups (native and immigrant) within Canadian 'multicultural' society. The course also includes a review of Canada's immigration policies and their effects on Canada's multicultural landscape.

Cross Listed Course

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List of Reserve Material: 

Banting, Keith and Will Kymlicka.  2010. “Canadian Multiculturalism Global Anxieties and Local Debates.” British Journal of Canadian Studies 23 (1): 43-72.

Bauder, Harald. 2008 "Immigration Debate in Canada: How Newspapers Reported 1996-2004." International Migration & Intergration, Vol. 9 (3), 289-310.

Fraser, Nancy. 1995. “From Redistribution to Recognition? Dilemmas of Justice in a ‘Post-Socialist Age.’” New Left Review, 212, 68-93.

Hawkins, Naoko. 2009. "Becoming a Model Minority: The Depiction of Japanese Canadians in the Globe and Mail, 1946-2000. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 41(1-2), 137-154.

Helleiner, Jane. 2012. "Whiteness and Narratives of a Racialized Canada-US Border at Niagara," Canadian Journal of Sociology, Vol. 37 (2), 109-135.

Henry, Frances. 2006. “A response to Hier and Walby’s Article: Competing analytical paradigms in the sociological study of racism in Canada.” Canadian Ethnic Studies, Vol. 38(2), 169-173.

Hier, Sean and Kevin Walby. 2006. “Competing Analytical Paradigms in the Sociological Study of Racism in Canada”, Canadian Ethnic Studies, 38(1), 83-104.

Hier, Sean and Joshua Greenberg. 2002. "Constructing a Discursive Crisis: Risk. Problematization and Illegal Chinese in Canada," Ethnic and Racial Studies, 25(3), 490-513.

Li, Peter. 1994. "Unneighborly Houses or Unwelcome Chinese: The Social Construction of Race in the battle over 'Monster Homes' in Vancouver, Canada." International Journal of Comparative Race & Ethnic Studies, Vol. 1 (1), 14-33.

Neverson, Nicole. 2014. "The Toronto Africetric Alternative School: Media, Blackness and Discourse of Multiculturalism and Critical Multiculturalism." International Journal of Communication 8: 1851-1871.

Park, Higin. 2010. "The Stranger that is Welcome : Female Foreign Students from Asia, the English Language Industry, and the Ambivalence of 'Asia Rising' in British Columbia," Canada, Gender, Place and Culture, Vol, 17 (3), 337-355.

Pottie-Sherman, Yolande and Rima Wilkes. 2013. "Good code bad code: Exploring the immigration-nation dialectic through media coverage of the Herouxville 'Code of Life' document." Migration Studies 1-23.

Satzewich, Vic. 2000. “Whiteness Limited: Racialization and the Social Construction of “Peripheral Europeans”, Histoire Sociale(Social History), 33 (66), 271-289.

Satzewich, Vic. 2014. "Canadian Visa Officers and the Social Construction of 'Real' Spousal Relationships." Canadian Review of Sociology 51 (1): 1-21.

Satzewich, Vic and Nikolaos Liodakis. 2013. (Chapter 6) "Diversity, Multiculturalism, and Quebec Interculturalism." in 'Race' & Ethnicity in Canada: A Critical Introduction, Don Mills, Ontario: Oxford University Press.